REVIT Summit Gloves
- Glove is constructed of a combination of goatskin, sure grip patches and hypalon synthetic rubber
- TPR hard shell knuckle protector
- TPU hard shell little finger protector
- PU injected protection patches on the fingers
- Dual-comp palm slider
- schoeller®-keprotec® at palm
- EVA foam padding on palm and thumb
- Stretch panels on fingers and back of hand
- Adjustable hook-and-loop strap at wrist
- Adjustable hook-and-loop tab cuff closure
- Reflective logo on cuff
More info: This document explains some of the features and materials listed above. (Not all REV’IT! products have all the features or materials listed. Use your back button after viewing.)
Factory Authorized Sale, 15 Percent Off! The price listed right now is 15% off the normal full MSRP price. Loyalty credits still apply during the sale period. This is a factory authorized sale, but this sale ends on August 3rd, so get your order in now!
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Some REV’IT! gloves feel a bit snug as compared to other American brands we carry, but strangely not this one. I find my size fits me “normally”. I’d advise you to choose the size you normally wear. If you have no previous experience with glove sizing, go here for help.
Our Two Cents
The Summit gloves from REV’IT! are meant for street/sport riders who want full coverage and protection and some significant armor in the gloves. As of this writing, there is also a Summit H2O glove which adds a waterproof liner. Like the H2O version, this glove feels great. The interior is lined with a soft, comfortable material and the gloves go on and come off quickly and smoothly. The goat skin leather is soft and expensive feeling. And although overall fit is a personal thing, I really like the way these feel on my hands… the gloves are pre-curved so there is no excess material in the palm or elsewhere. The goatskin leather is thin enough to allow good feel for the controls but durable enough to provide good abrasion protection in a fall. The knuckles are covered by a semi-flexible molded protector and there is a hard plastic slider in the heel of the hand (it’s best if your hand slides rather than grabs and twists if you ever hit the pavement). This being an all leather full gauntlet glove it will be a good choice for those who ride in cool to warm weather. There aren’t any specific venting features so choose another glove for really hot weather. I’m a fair weather rider myself, so this one would work great for me. We’ve taken some good close-up pics along with some night shots that show how the reflectives work for nighttime visibility. Take the “View Larger Images” link above to see those. This glove feels like quality and although the price is above average, this glove has some protective features you wouldn’t find unless you were buying a race-type glove (the palm slider comes to mind), so I think you’ll really like this style and you’ll think they are worth the money :: Paul, 02-22-13